Arsenal have confirmed that ticket prices on all all general admission match tickets will be frozen for the upcoming season, making it 8 seasons from the last 12 where there has been no increase.
As well as that, after the £30 away ticket scheme came into action last season, the club provided a supplementary discount which saw Arsenal fans pay a maximum of £26 for their trips to other Premier League clubs. That discount will remain in place for the season ahead.
On top of that, around 26,000 tickets for each home League Cup game (now called the Carabao League Cup) will be made available at a price of £10 each – which is a great way for young fans to get their first taste of the action.
Chief Executive Ivan Gazidis said, “Our ticketing approach is designed to ensure we have as many people attending games at Emirates Stadium as possible and helps encourage the next generation of Arsenal fans to come to games and experience the thrill of live matches.
“It also pays special recognition to supporters who travel up and down the country to watch the team play.”